- The list below includes 570 free or cheap things to do in or near West Chicago, Illinois, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Art Gallery and Bowling.
- From Reed-Keppler Park to Pioneer Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in West Chicago and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Park, Lombard, Aurora and Glenview.
Bowling Green Sports Center Chicago MoreLess Info
Grab some friends and head on down to the local lane with bowling packages complete with shoes, drinks, and more
Pioneer Park features a pond with geese, two pavilions, a playground, two soccer fields, a splash pad and six fields that can be used for baseball and softball. There are also paved trails fit for walking or biking.
The Dupage Technology Park is a park that was designed to meet the needs of the technological companies in the local area. The park sits on 800-acres of land and provides lab spaces that are available for rent.
Coyote Crossing Mini Golf is an 18-hole, family friend course that features rolling greens and picturesque fountains and water features. The park also offers a full service snack stand, party rentals and summer camps.
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Prince Crossing Rd & Geneva Road, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
The Timber Ridge Forest Preserve is a nature preserve that is open 7 days a week and spans a total distance of 1,163-acres of land. The forest has a visitor center that offers educational programs, agricultural activities, and domestic activities.
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Hawthorne Ln & Industrial Drive, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
The 358-acre West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve is a nature preserve that features 2-miles of hiking trails that can be used for running and walking. The park is the home of 622 different plant and animal species.
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Geneva Rd & Indian Knoll Road, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
Winfield Mounds Forest Preserve is a community managed park named for the burial mounds of prehistoric plains tribes located nearby. The park sits along the DuPage river and offers hiking trails and fishing by permit.